New Pipelines Pre-Commissioning Inspection

February 2018, Vol. 245, No. 2

By Jaime Lopez, Corey Richards and Frank J. Mueller, ROSEN

Prior to the commissioning of any pipeline system, it is critical for both the construction company and the asset owner to verify that the pipeline’s construction conforms to standard regulations, and that no damages have occurred during the construction phase. The timing of these inspection services is critical to ensure that any repairs that may be required can be executed before the pipeline is placed in operation. These testing practices, which range from pipeline gauging and hydrotesting to inline inspection, are of great benefit to the owner/operator, since they ensure safe operation not only during…

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